Most electrical work is now carefully controlled
by legislation. This is for the safety of the customer,
and for any subsequent occupiers of the property in
the future. We comply with all current regulations,
carrying out all work in accordance with BS 7671 (The
IEE Wiring Regulations) Most works (other than very
minor) will now require certification after completion.
The certificate will be issued to confirm that the electrical
installation work to which it relates has been designed,
constructed, inspected and tested in accordance with
the above British Standard.
You will receive the original certificate and we
will retain a copy. If you are the person ordering the
work, but not the owner of the installation, you should
pass this certificate, or a copy of it, including the
schedules, to the owner.
The certificate should be retained in a safe place
and be shown to any person inspecting or undertaking
further work on the electrical installation in the future.
If you later vacate the property, the certificate will
demonstrate to the new owner that the electrical installation
work carried out complied with the requirements of BS
7671 at the time the certificate was issued. The Construction
(Design & Management) Regulations require that for
a project covered by those Regulations, a copy of the
certificate, together with schedules is included in
the project health & safety documentation.
For safety reasons, the electrical installation will
need to be inspected at appropriate intervals by a competent
person. The maximum time interval recommended before
the next inspection is stated on your certificate if